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Chee Kam escapes ban with early guilty plea

Wests Tigers utility Michael Chee Kam has become the first player charged by the Match Review Committee for an incident in Sunday's loss to the Gold Coast Titans.

Chee Kam was placed on report for a Dangerous Contact - Head/Neck tackle on Titans centre Dale Copley in the 28th minute — attracting a Grade a charge from the judiciary and a 100-point base penalty.

With no carryover points to be added, Chee Kam has taken the early guilty plea and is free to play in Wests Tigers next game after the Round 17 bye against the St. George-Illawarra Dragons.

He will have 90 carry over points to be added to his next charge from the Match Review Committee.

In other judiciary news, Roosters forward Victor Radley and South Sydney prop Jason Clark are both set to match while Shaun Fensom, Paul Vaughan, James Tamou and Jeremy Marshall-King were also charged with various offences from Round 16 but are free to play in their next games with early guilty pleas.

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